Every week, for 19 weeks we will be leaving 19 hearts around London in memory of Karen Berendique, to make people aware of what is happening in Venezuela. This everyday violence cannot be forgotten.
And if I go while you’re still here… know that I live on, vibrating to a different measure behind a thin veil you cannot see through. You will not see me so you must have faith. I wait the time when we can soar again, both aware of each other. Until then, live your life to its fullest, and when you need me just whisper my name in your heart…I will be there.
Part 7: St Christopher’s Hospice
“St Christopher’s Hospice exists to promote and provide skilled and compassionate palliative care of the highest quality.
Our vision is of a world in which all dying people and those close to them have access to appropriate care and support, when they need it, wherever they need it and whoever they are.”
Today is Fathers Day and we wanted to visit a dad in the hospice to give him the flower hearts, but we couldn’t, and of course we understood. So we gave them to EVERYONE in the hospice to enjoy. The flowers are now in the common room. The staff at the hospice was extremely nice and we are definitely sure we will be back. The place is LOVELY.
We would like to wish a happy day to all fathers, but especially to those who have lost a child and are grieving more than ever. We will keep praying for you, for ever.
Happy Fathers Day Mr. Berendique!!
In memory of Karen Berendique, a 19-year-old unlawfully killed in Venezuela.